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Standard 6

Professionalism: Physical Education teacher candidates demonstrate dispositions essential to becoming effective professionals.
Element 6.2: Participate in activities that enhance collaboration and lead to professional growth and

Fall 2010-Spring 2012

Artifact #1:
Conference Attendance Certificates

Reflection: This artifact is a collection of conference attendance certificates I received while attending various conferences. This artifact meets Element 6.2 of Standard 6 because it shows my desire and motivation to broaden my professional network and enhance my professional growth and development. This artifact is important to my development as a physical education teacher because physical educators need to want to learn new and better ways to become a better teacher for their students whether it is through learning new units to include in their curriculum or learning new ways to teach existing units to their students more effectively.

Element 6.3: Demonstrate behaviors that are consistent with the professional ethics of highly qualified

Winter 2011

Artifact #2a:
EDU 256 Host Teacher Evaluation
Artifact #2b: EDU 355 Host Teacher Final Evaluation

Reflection: The EDU 256 - Seminar for Field Experience Field Experience Host Teacher Evaluation and EDU 355 - The Physical Education Curriculum: Planning and Practice Field Experience Host Teacher Final Evaluation were each used to evaluate my professionalism and ability to meet the NASPE/NCATE Beginning Teacher Standards. These artifacts meet Element 6.3 of Standard 6 because they show my ability to meet the standards required for beginning teachers and demonstrates my ability to act in a professional manner that are consistent with a highly qualified teacher. These artifacts are important to my development as a physical education teacher because physical educators need to meet and exceed the standards and level of professionalism expected of them to be an effective teacher and colleague.